Part of the job of an aviation journalist is to write about things that are really hard to write about.
There is a definite correlation among airspeed, stopping power, braking action, and available runway. The math is really complicated, but pilots are really good at getting it right. Most of the time, that is.
Remembering a private tour of the incredible Antonov An-225 Mriya.
Why are people fascinated by airline crashes? And what are the reporter’s ethical obligations when investigators keep the public largely in the dark?
The historically mostly stable relationship between military and civilian flying jobs has changed and could be devastating to military aviation.
The annual bizjet show opened Tuesday morning with calls to action on several fronts.
The past week has been a piling on of social media opinion on the much-shared hand propping accident in which an SR22 sped off without its pilot. The question is, are we asking the wrong questions and coming up with answers that matter?
If you haven’t seen the video yet, buckle up and click here. If you have seen it, here’s why it happened, and, no, you haven’t read this anywhere before.
What does Tesla have in common with Eclipse? More than you might imagine.
After the attacks against our nation using one of our nation’s most prized achievements, our aerospace system, some feared the demise of private aviation. Just not anyone who knew the kind of stuff of which pilots are made.
What do you do when you know of a pilot who’s a danger to themselves and others?
The storylines that mainstream media outlets spun in the wake of the Seattle tragedy were far removed from the reality of the situation.
And why AOPA is right on the money on its stand against it.
A number of high-profile accidents of very different descriptions have left the GA community in a state of shock.
The subject has been settled a thousand times. Another necessary reminder from the feds.
There’s been a lot of talk about the big problem with ADS-B but not so much about the benefits.
How does flying fit in on Independence Day? Only with a shoehorn, it sometimes seems.
The FAA’s medical arm has standards that often seem to have nothing to do with safety of flight.